Marine Life Park
The Marine Life Park belongs to the world Sentosa programme. It is located in the southern part of Singapore. Spread across 20 acres of land it is the largest marine life park in Asia. It houses 2 major attractions which are the S.E.A Aquarium and Adventure Cove Water Park which is also considered to be the biggest ocean arium in Asia. Consisting of more than 1 lakh marine lives and 800 species, the Marine Life Park is visited by about 1 million people in a year. The S.E.A Aquarium or the South East Asia Aquarium holds over 4crore 50 lakhs litres of water for 1 lakh marine animals. The Aquarium is said to have 50 habitats and 11 different zones. The centre of attraction of this Aquarium is the open Tank which houses around 50,000 marine creatures. It has a large viewing area which is around 27 feet tall and 118 feet wide. This gives the visitors a 3 dimensional experience of seeing these creatures.
The Aquarium houses a large collection of dolphins and spider crabs. If you are looking forward to taking home something for your friends and family worry not as there is a gift shop located near the exit of the S.E.A Aquarium. You can also grab on to some snacks during your tour at the S.E.A Aquarium.
Public Bus Nos 188 and 963 are the buses that will take you to the Marine Life Park
Singapore has a good network of roads and is very well connected. This makes traveling completely hassle free and convenient. If you are looking forward to visit all of the above places then i recommend you to travel by bus as not only will it save you some money but also time. Check out redbus.sg for quick ticket booking and awesome discounts!!
National Orchid Garden
Open to the people in the year 1995, the National Orchid Garden serves as a perfect getaway from the chaotic life from the city. This Garden has been designed keeping a three core concept in mind. All the three cores are heritage cores which mean retention of the old and antique charms of the garden. The National Orchid Garden is located right in the middle of the central core of the Gardens which is on the highest hill of Singapore. There is one prominent feature of this garden that makes it different from all the other gardens which is the separate colour zone for each season. These four zones are spring, summer, autumn and winter. The Garden is themed based on these four zones after selecting a colourful blend from handpicked shrubs, herbs and orchids. The spring zone consists of the colours gold and yellow, the summer zone consists of red and pink, Autumn consists of Orange and the winter zone comprises of violet shades. If you are looking forward to reach here by bus you can board Bus Nos – 7, 75 77, 105, 106, 123, 174 from the Tang Lin Gate. You will have to alight at the Napier Road Stop.